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17 Sep 2012 9:48AM
whoah!!! now that is dramatic

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danbrann Plus
12 624 17
17 Sep 2012 11:04AM
It doesn't look like a racehorse to me but i'll take your word for it.
A dramatic Scene Dougie but a special one. Nice to have you back and into the routine.
17 Sep 2012 11:06AM
The Horses were named after these mountains Danny, Foinavon is just around the corner a few miles North.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
17 Sep 2012 11:43AM
Nice to see you back, Dougie, after your trip up north, and with a fine barren scree covered hillside: guess even on a sunny day the bleakness of this bare mountainside would remain, but it would remain imposing.
moiral 6 12 Scotland
17 Sep 2012 12:23PM
Bleak but very dramatic Dougie. Is that a wee bridge I see in the middle of the water? I am just looking at the trees and thinking how large that mountain is. Trust you had a great trip? Moira
17 Sep 2012 12:44PM
Tremendous Moira, yes the bridge looks to be linked with an old causeway, but I', not sure, the is angling country so maybe to let boats pass underneath.
AnnChown Plus
6 199 1 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2012 1:25PM
A fine shot of this wonderful hill - I must look out this spot and that bridge. It looks interesting... Welcome back (again!) Smile
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
17 Sep 2012 2:36PM
Beautiful cloud topped mountains. A wonderful site.......Sandy
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
17 Sep 2012 3:39PM
Lovely mellow light, tones and colours Dougie.
17 Sep 2012 5:34PM
You've captured some fine details in the scree in this view of Arkle.
I think I will have a look for this bridge next time I go up there.
17 Sep 2012 5:40PM
Oh aye, now it is clear to me, why Runrig praises the sight of the Arkle. Very imposing mountain. I like the shape of those pines and.... ermh.... is that a bridge in the middle of the water???
Lovely composed image. Thanks my friend for taking me up north. Oh, how I need to have a walk, I'm craving for fresh air and wonderful sights.
Good to have you back!
I got some strange looks from the sheep when I was calling your name Johanna. GrinSmileWink
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
17 Sep 2012 8:00PM
Majestic with the waveformed shapes

pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2012 9:10PM
Good to see you back and posting Dougie and This a grand shot to set you off again
18 Sep 2012 1:30AM
A very lovely presented composition, may I say you are very lucky to have been able to have traveled to so many places and locations around our country. At times nowadays people find it to easy to jump on a plane and head to the sun, that we forget what's realy on our doorstep. I very much enjoy poping in and out of your p/f having a look.

fraser 12 631 14 Scotland
18 Sep 2012 3:14PM
Scale can be a difficult thing to get over in a photograph so its good to see you've managed it here by the use of a telephoto lens. The tree helps of course and I think it helps anchor the image. Really nice shot, Dougie.

derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
18 Sep 2012 8:55PM
A really strong composition that showcases the glorious light on the mountains slopes. Back with a bang Dougie.

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